Chief David Peter-Paul
Board of Directors
Chief David Peter-Paul has been chief of the Pabineau First Nation since 2004. Situated on the banks of New Brunswick’s Nepisiguit River, the Pabineau First Nation is an active supporter of salmon conservation and has operated a counting facility for several years in partnership with the Nepisiguit Salmon Association.Chief David holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Brunswick. He has worked in a variety of capacities for Aboriginals of First Nation communities throughout the Atlantic region, including community development worker, elected councillor and band manager, Post-Secondary Student Counselor/Director of Education (North Shore Micmac District Council), Chief and CFO of the Pabineau First Nation, and has served on a variety of local, provincial, regional, and national boards and committees. Some of the organizations Chief David has worked with include the Assembly of First Nation Chiefs in New Brunswick, Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs, and the Union of New Brunswick Indians.